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Headache for three months

For the last three months I have had daily headaches, some days I am dizzy along with the pain. Some days they are light headaches but others are so bad I can hardly move my head, while at least once a week I have a migraine that knocks me off my feet and I either end up throwing up or my nose bleeds.
The pain at its worse makes it fill like I have been hit and when it is a light day my eyes fill like they are swelling .. please help i cant stand this much longer.
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If im not mistaken it is possible you have chronic headache or something more severe

Please see your doctor and give him all of your symptoms
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Welcome to the MedHelp forum!
Since you have a headache almost daily, what you have is in all probability not a simple migraine but a chronic daily headache (CDH). This can be the primary type—without any cause. If the headache lasts for less than 4 hours then it could be a chronic cluster headache or a chronic paroxysmal hemicranias. If it lasts for more than 4 hours it could be chronic tension headache, chronic migraine or altered migraine or hemicranias continua.
The CDH could also be secondary to trauma, raised intracranial hypertension, high blood pressure, cervical disorders like pinched nerves, temporal arteritis etc.
I think you should discuss these possibilities with your doctor. It is difficult to comment beyond this without examining. A comprehensive investigation is required keeping all the points in mind.
Hope this helps. Please let me know if there is any thing else and do keep me posted. Take care!
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